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April 09, 2006 

BIS Issues 2006 Foreign Policy Report

The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has published the agency's 2006 Foreign Policy Report. The report, which is required by law, provides an overview of U.S. foreign policy controls and discusses regulatory and policy changes that took place in 2005. The report covers the following foreign policy export controls: Crime Control/Human Rights; Regional Stability; Anti-Terrorism Controls; Embargoed Countries and Persons; Chemicals, Chemical Precursors and Associated Equipment, Technology and Software; Biological Agents and Associated Equipment and Technology; Missile Technology Controls; High Performance Computers; Encryption; "Hot Section" Technology; and Nuclear Nonproliferation.




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